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Vyazma. Church. Interior. (2010)
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Церковь Петра и Павла.

Кирпичная церковь, построенная в 1805 И. И. Барышниковым в стиле классицизма. Четверик, завершенный ротондой, с четырёхстолпной трапезной, увенчанной пятью декоративными куполами, и отдельно стоящей колокольней. Приделы Георгиевский (Всехсвятский) и Софии, Веры, Надежды и Любови. Закрыта в 1929, сломана колокольня. В 1980-х частично отремонтирована. Возвращена епархии в 1992, но богослужения не возобновлены, пустует.

Адрес: Смоленская область, Вяземский район, город Вязьма, улица III Интернационала, 15.

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